WOMENS ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT ADVISOR
|Work Location:||Jordan - Amman|
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|Expected Travel:||up to 30%|
|Employee Duration:||Short Term Contract|
|Type of Post:||Unaccompanied|
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CARE defines women’s economic empowerment as the process by which women increase their right to economic resources and power to make decisions to benefit themselves, their families and their communities. This requires equal access to and control over economic resources, assets and opportunities as well as long term changes in social norms and economic structures that benefit women and men equally.
CARE is working in Syria to support vulnerable women, men, girls and boys affected by the ongoing civil war. We work both through partners and through direct delivery of humanitarian assistance across different parts of Syria. In addition, CARE supports livelihoods recovery and resilience programming across Syria. Most of our work is through cross border, remote-managed assistance modalities from neighboring countries, working closely with Syrian civil society organizations. Currently CARE’s core sectors in Syria are Food Security & Livelihoods (FSL), WASH and Protection, working with over 120 staff in hubs across the region. In addition, we maintain a standing emergency response capacity with a particular focus on Shelter/NFI programming. In 2018 CARE launched a strategy review of its work in Syria, and has prioritized building the resilience of affected people in Syria to recover from shocks and stresses, with a particular emphasis on supporting women to engage in sustainable livelihoods. This position will be responsible for delivering on that objective, by ensuring that CARE’s programming in Syria contributes to positive changes in women’s agency, and their position within their households and communities.
Based in Amman, with regular travel to neighboring countries, the Women’s Economic Empowerment advisor will report to the Head of Programs. S/he is responsible for providing sound technical leadership and overseeing Food Security, Livelihood and Value Chain related activities implemented by teams in several operational hubs, including skills training, agricultural inputs, cash transfer programming, support the promotion of adaptive techniques. S/He will ensure adequate measuring and monitoring of progress against objectives, coordinate with local and International NGOs on women economic empowerment; and to assist in planning future related projects.
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